MTV Video Music Award for Best Video Game Soundtrack
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The MTV Video Music Award for Best Video Game Soundtrack was awarded from 2004 to 2006 as an attempt by MTV to tap into the video gaming community in order to gain greater audiences for its VMAs. When the MTV Video Music Awards were revamped in 2007, this award was eliminated and never brought back.
|2004||Tony Hawk's Underground (Activision)|
|2005||Dance Dance Revolution Extreme (Konami)|
|2006||Marc Eckō's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure (Atari)|